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Fake iphone vs x comparisons

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by soapinmouth, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. soapinmouth

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    Found this post on the droid forums and was wounding what you guys think about it, because it wasn't getting much response there.

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    Well just to play the devils advocate, shouldn't the phone automatically adjust to the best lighting conditions? I would rather see real world tests. I understand your point though and it does seem like there's some dirty pool possibly (or atleast suboptimal testing points)
     
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    My question would be, why take the time to remove the Exif data unless you were trying to hide something? Why not just leave it there?
     
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    Since they resized the pictures, whatever program they used could have stripped the data when saving a new file.

    My biggest problem is that they don't provide the full size image files straight out of the phone. It's good to have the resized images for overall comparison, but provide the untouched images as well.
     
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    i mentioned this about the isheep the other day. they are on a mission. a mission to nowhere
     

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